The apology of thf [sic] Reverend John Watson, M.A. curate of Ripponden in Yorkshire, for his conduct, yearly, on the 30th of January. Together with a by John WatsonThe apology of thf [sic] Reverend John Watson, M.A. curate of Ripponden in Yorkshire, for his conduct, yearly, on the 30th of January. Together with a by John Watson

The apology of thf [sic] Reverend John Watson, M.A. curate of Ripponden in Yorkshire, for his…

byJohn Watson

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The sermon has a separate titlepage. A variant has the date 1754 in the title instead of 1755.

London : printed for the author, by J. Payne, and sold by R. Whitworth, in Manchester, [1755]. 56p. ; 8°
Title:The apology of thf [sic] Reverend John Watson, M.A. curate of Ripponden in Yorkshire, for his…Format:PaperbackDimensions:62 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.13 inPublished:May 29, 2010Publisher:Gale ECCO, Print EditionsLanguage:English

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